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  Mission Statement  

Mary G. Montgomery is dedicated to producing people of Purpose, Integrity, High Moral Standards and Intellectual Curiosity.  Our students will be prepared for life's challenges through close interaction with a caring school staff.  We maintain our commitment to excellence by providing an atmosphere conducive to learning in a safe, supportive environment whereby students and school staff are empowered to achieve the ideals of scholarship and leadership.

  About The School  

MCPSS Mission Statement

The mission of Mobile County Public Schools is to graduate prepared and productive citizens.


MCPSS Vision Statement

Mobile County Public Schools will become a premier educational system where students engage in multiple pathways leading to success in a global society.


MCPSS Core Beliefs and Commitments

We believe our primary focus is to educate all students to become productive citizens; and we are committed to making this the priority over all other district functions.

We believe all employees are professionals who share in the responsibility for the success of our students; and we are committed to recruiting, employing, developing and retaining employees who are effective in leading our district in achieving our mission.

We believe in safe, secure and productive environments for learning and working; and we are committed to providing quality and equitable settings that ensure students and employees reach their potential.

We believe the success of our schools is enhanced by the support and partnership of the community and stakeholders; and we are committed to informing and engaging our community through transparency, accountability and communication.


Visitors

School policy is to accept only those visitors who have legitimate school business.  Visitors and guests must register in the office and obtain a visitor's pass when they enter.  It is usually best to call ahead for an appointment with the administrator, teacher or counselor with whom you want to meet.


History of MGM

MGM is named after Mary Gillen Montgomery.  She was a student, teacher, and administrator in the Mobile County Public School System for 39 of the 51 years she lived.

MGM is situated on sixty acres, and includes classrooms, an auditorium, a gymnasium, a football stadium, baseball and softball fields, baseball and football field houses with weight rooms.


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